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H-1B Visa Petitions Exploratory Data Analysis

February 24, 2017
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H-1B Visa Petitions Exploratory Data Analysis

Contributed by Sharan Naribole. He is currently undertaking the part-time online bootcamp organized by NYC Data Science Academy (Dec 2016- April 2017). This blog is based The post H-1B Visa Petitions Exploratory Data Analysis appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog.

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Reporting in a Repeatable, Parameterised, Transparent Way

February 23, 2017
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Reporting in a Repeatable, Parameterised, Transparent Way

Earlier this week, I spent a day chatting to folk from the House of Commons Library as a part of a bit of temporary day-a-week-or-so bit of work I’m doing with the Parliamentary Digital Service. During one of the conversations on matters loosely geodata-related with Carl Baker, Carl mentioned an NHS Digital data set describing

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leaflet 1.1.0

February 22, 2017
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leaflet 1.1.0

Leaflet 1.1.0 is now available on CRAN! The Leaflet package is a tidy wrapper for the Leaflet.js mapping library, and makes it incredibly easy to generate interactive maps based on spatial data you have in R. This release was nearly a year in the making, and includes many important new features. Easily add textual labels on

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How to make a global map in R, step by step

February 21, 2017
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How to make a global map in R, step by step

In this post, I want to walk you through the logic of building a map, step by step ... The post How to make a global map in R, step by step appeared first on SHARP SIGHT LABS.

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Training Neural Networks with MXNet

February 20, 2017
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Training Neural Networks with MXNet

Multilayer perceptron Multilayer perceptron (MLP) is the simplest feed-forward neural network. It mitigates the constraints of original perceptron that was able to learn only linearly separable patterns from the data. It achieves this by introducing at least one hidden layer in order to learn representation of the data that would enable linear separation. In the first layer MLP apply linear...

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Some Notes on the Cauchy Distribution

February 15, 2017
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Some Notes on the Cauchy Distribution

by Joseph Rickert I have always been attracted to the capricious. So, it was no surprise that I fell for the Cauchy distribution at first sight. I had never seen such unpredictability! You might say that every distribution has its moments of unpredictability, but the great charm of Cauchy is that it has no moments.

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The Tile Grid Map for Canada

February 14, 2017
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The Tile Grid Map for Canada

I love the tile grid map: Source I think they’re elegant, easy to read, and great for data that are population agnostic. I live in Canada, though. And it sucks (well, no it doesn’t!) because I’ve only ever seen tile grids for America. I dec...

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30 issues of Demographic Digest – the most frequent journals

February 13, 2017
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30 issues of Demographic Digest – the most frequent journals

Today, the 30-th issue of my Demographic Digest was published.

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A Graphic Look at Bay Area Bike Share

February 13, 2017
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A Graphic Look at Bay Area Bike Share

Introduction This post is about the first of the four projects we are supposed to deliver at the NYC Data Science Academy Data Science Bootcamp program. The The post A Graphic Look at Bay Area Bike Share appeared first on NYC Data Science Academy Blog.

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How to Find Equidistant Coordinates Between Two Locations on Earth

February 13, 2017
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How to Find Equidistant Coordinates Between Two Locations on Earth

Here’s to the ones who dream foolish, as they may seem (The Fools Who Dream, ‘La La Land’ OST) One of the key points of The Meeting Point Locator is to obtain an orthogonal great circle to the bearing defined by any two given locations on Earth. A great circle is the intersection of the … Continue...

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